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UPS executive given exemption to Canada's quarantine

The president of U.S. operations for global shipping giant UPS was granted a special ministerial exemption from Canada’s mandatory 14-day COVID-19 quarantine last week. 

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    O dear God!!!!

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    so the new flu is not bad as public health and Canada government and media tell it is, because of this, i dare you to run a story about middle class people breaking the laws so end the health issue too and return to old normal all government of Canada i dare you

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    Because he is American and we are a puppet. Can’t make our boss not happy !

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